Publications & Writings

Published Work
(2014) Finding HOPE in a Story

(2013 – Present) Columnist: The Mindful Parent. PRIDE Charlotte Magazine
(2013) Code Switching Keeps slang in its place. Charlotte Post Newspaper
(2013) HOPE: K-12 Character Education Curriculum©
(2009) Re-engaging the Village: The Essence of Parenting. Xlibris Publications. Bloomington, Indiana
(2014) Pride Magazine (May 2014 issue, Mindful Parent)

 

 

Past Speaking Engagements

Faculty/Staff Professional Development
Mallard Creek Elementary School, Charlotte, NC
Hornet’s Nest Elementary School, Charlotte, NC
Brookstone School, Charlotte, NC

Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO)

Highland Renaissance Academy School, Charlotte, NC
Hickory Grove Elementary School, Charlotte, NC
Albemarle Road Elementary School, Charlotte, NC

Local Community Presentations

(2014, April). Motivating Your Young Entrepreneur. Presented at the Youth Entrepreneur Fair. Beatties Ford Road Regional Library, Charlotte, NC
(2014 April), Powerful Parenting. Panelist at the Women + Girls Research Summit, UNC-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
(2013, October). Where is the Logic in Leadership? Presented at The Multicultural Leadership Conference UNC-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
(2013, May). Unconscious Parenting. Presented at The Youth Entrepreneur Fair. Beatties Ford Road Regional Library, Charlotte, NC
(2013, September). Balancing the Family. Presented at the Women of Color Roundtable. UNC-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
(2012, March). Preparing Young Men for Leadership. Presented at The Annual YBM Leadership Conference. Rocky River High School, Mint Hill, NC
(2011, March). Developing Young Leaders Starts from Within. Presented at The Annual YBM Leadership Conference. Rocky River High School, Mint Hill, NC
(2009, March). It is Possible! Presented at The Annual YBM Leadership Conference.  Rocky River High School Mint Hill, NC
(2008, February). Keeping Your Young Leader on Track. Presented at the Annual YBM Leadership Conference. Rocky River High School, Mint Hill, NC

State Presentations

Scott, A., & Christian, C. (2006, April). Functional Behavioral Assessment. 14th Annual Seizing Opportunities for Advancing Research Scholars Conference, Fayetteville, NC.
Christian, C. (2003, September). Analysis of African American Parent Involvement: Outcomes, Barriers, and Interventions. Presented at the North Carolina Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders, Wilmington, NC.
White, R., Christian, C. (2003, September). Behavior and Reading Improvement Center. Presented at The North Carolina Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders, Wilmington, NC.
Bacon, E., Christian, C., & Young, K. (2003, November). Voices of African American Male Students. Presented at Teacher Educators for Children with Behavior Disorders, Tempe, Arizona.
White, R., & Christian, C. (2002, September). Behavior and Reading Improvement Center. Presented at The North Carolina Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders, Greensboro, NC.
Gibson, T., Christian, C., Moira, K., Miller, M., & Shalvis, S. (2001, October). Behavior and Reading Improvement Center. Presented at the Behavior Management and Safe Schools Conference, Charlotte, NC.

National Presentations

White, R., & Christian, C. (2006). Behavior and Reading Improvement Center. Presented at the Council for Exceptional Children’s Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Christian, C. (2006, March). HOPE Social Stories for Teachers. Presented at the Closing the Achievement Gap Conference, Greensboro, NC.
Christian, C., (2005, March). Demography of Difference. Presented at The Second International Conference on Positive Behavior Support, Tampa, FL.
Christian, C. (2004, March). An Analysis of African American Parent Involvement: Outcomes, Barriers, and Interventions. Presented at the Closing the Achievement Gap Conference, Greensboro, NC.
White, R., & Christian, C. (2003, October). Behavior and Reading Improvement Center. Presented at The Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders, St. Louis, Missouri.
Bacon, E., Jackson, F., Christian, C., & Young, K. (2001, October). Voices of African American Male Students. Presented at the National Conference for the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders National Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.